At 7.10 a.m:
Constantine (2*): 1 foot
Another cold and breezy, damp morning this morning is reminding us how imprecise weather forecasts can be!
The wind is whistling offshore from the East, hollowing out those small but picturesque little waves, holding them tall and well past their breaking point. The wave-period is nuts for such a small swell but is making that otherwise insignificant surf much stronger than it could be – but there is a long, long wait between sets!
But if you can tuck down beneath a sheltering headland and have a smooth glider of a board then you are going to have a whole heap of fun today!
Harlyn (0*): Flat
The wind is smoothing the lake like bay at Harlyn this morning, the waveless sea reflecting all the various shades of blue, green, silver and grey.
It is seriously beautiful here this morning but there’s no surf to ride!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 12:55 (0.7m) High Tide: 18:48 (7.6m)
Surf Forecast for All Hallow’s Eve, Thursday 31st October 2019
A couple of feet of swell with a mid-teens wave period will continue to do battle against a gusting south easterly breeze today.
The breeze should be lighter than it has been and so the waves should be bigger than they have been – but not much bigger!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Well, how the forecasts change!
Offshore breezes, bright autumn sunshine and small but pleasantly shaped little waves were supposed to ease us into this week. But that has now been replaced by low cloud cover and chillier temperatures along with small to flat surf to start the week.
But small but fun surf should still entertain us well into midweek with those cold mornings and early dark evenings being warmed by a little midday sun. All of our favourite surf breaks should be peeling and feathering, if only small, attracting a lot of interest from the longboards and mid length gliders.
The bigger stuff should hit later in the week but in the meantime we have a fun few days of gliding but now maybe without the sunshine!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!